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    Abuser of God's Sunlight
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    New Haven

    next week I'm going to be driving my girlfriend up the east coast for medical residency interviews. We'll be stopping in Providence and New Haven, and I thought I'd wander around and take some pictures while she suffers.

    Providence is familiar territory, but I'm wondering if anyone knows about interesting areas in new haven. I'm always a fan of the barren, the crumbling, the layered, the overgrown. I'm also interested in not getting shot or beaten to death.

    Thoughts?

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    Re: New Haven

    the barren, the crumbling, the layered, the overgrown
    Stop in and check out the Yale MFA student (and faculty) work..heh heh.
    jbhogan

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    Re: New Haven

    Quote Originally Posted by jhogan View Post
    Stop in and check out the Yale MFA student (and faculty) work..heh heh.
    i should have mentioned that i'm not interested in getting beaten to death.

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    Re: New Haven

    The Peabody Museum at Yale is great if you want to photograph dinosaur skeletons and other natural history specimens. I'm not sure they will allow a tripod in there, but it's worth a try...
    Brian Vuillemenot

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    Re: New Haven

    When I was an undergrad there ages ago, I spent a lot of time wandering around at the edges of the port area, underneath the long bridge that goes over whatever small river is there: lots of train tracks, oil tanks in the distance. At the time it was real no-man's land, but maybe it's since been redeveloped, and maybe it's also become more fenced off post 09/11. It was pretty safe down there, unlike other areas of the city around Yale.

    If you have time try to hit Sally's Apizza on Wooster St.: long waits, but the best pizza around!

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